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Where can I save the print settings/options? Everytime I want to print a file with more than one page the print options are set to "print actual page". So I have to change it to "print all pages". Everytime. Is it possible to save the settings of the print options? Thank in advance for any advice. Thomas

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Hi Thomas Schmidt,

 

You can try "Quick Print" to print all pages. Thanks for your support!

 

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Jacky

 

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14 hours ago, Thomas Schmidt said:

Where can I save the print settings/options? Everytime I want to print a file with more than one page the print options are set to "print actual page". So I have to change it to "print all pages". Everytime. Is it possible to save the settings of the print options? Thank in advance for any advice. Thomas

Hi Thomas,

 

Could you please help to confirm whether you are using the shortcut keys of "Ctrl+P" to print and get the print current page setting? If so, you can have a try of the method that Jacky provided above, or you can right-click the page and choose Print, then you will get the "Print all Pages" setting directly.

 

Thanks

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8 hours ago, Jacky said:

You can try "Quick Print" to print all pages

Hi Jacky and Daphne, quick print by clicking on the print symbol works fine. Thank you.

 

But I am used to press Ctrl+P instead of pointing the mouse cursor on the print symbol. So when I do this in WORD or any other application I alway get the "print all pages-option" at first. So I wondered if I could make this as default in PDF Element as well.

 

Daphnes advice to right-click/print on a document page is a good idea. This is much faster than pointing the mouse on the small quickprint-symbol.

Thank you very much!

8 hours ago, Jacky said:

 

 

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Hi Thomas,

 

For the Ctrl+P setting, our development team will have further consideration about it, we do will keep improving the user experience.

 

Currently, you can keep using the method to right-click/print all your pages. 

 

Thanks for your feedback.

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